College Lecturer in Criminal Law

Pembroke College wishes to appoint a part-time College Lecturer in Criminal Law, during the academic year 2023/24 while Professor Rebecca Williams has buy-out to cover her time as Faculty Admissions Coordinator. 

You will be required to teach Criminal Law to first year students.

You will provide an average of six hours teaching per week during the eight weeks of Michaelmas Term 2023, and set and mark internal college exams at the start of Hilary Term 2024.  You will also be expected to participate in the College’s undergraduate Admissions process in December. All of our teaching is in small groups (usually tutorials of two students and classes of around six).

You will be employed from 1 October 2023 to 31 January 2024.  The salary for the teaching will be in the range of £4,727- £5,558 for six hours teaching in one academic term, depending on experience and qualifications. You will have a teaching allowance of £112.50, use of a room for teaching, and will also be able to take some lunches and dinners free of charge in College throughout the year.  All salary figures are 2022-23 rates and are subject to annual uplift.

This is a College vacancy and the terms and conditions of the post are available with the Further Particulars below. The University Terms and Conditions shown elsewhere on this site do not apply to this post.

Applicants should submit their curriculum vitae and a covering letter electronically to the Academic Office ( by 12 noon GMT on 4th August 2023. Please send us the names and contact details of two referees who may be contacted if you are invited to interview.  Interviews are planned to be held in the week commencing 28th August 2023.

Further Particulars



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Policy statement on the recruitment of ex-offenders

Pembroke College is an equal opportunities employer. It welcomes diversity amongst its staff and students and all reasonable adjustments will be made to the recruitment process, working arrangements and/or environment to accommodate applicants with any form of disability.

Please let us know if you believe there are any reasonable adjustments we should be making to assist you with your application. If you feel that you have a disability which may affect your application, please let us know. Please also let us know of any reasonable adjustments that we would need to make for you to attend an interview.